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Question 1: Sunnis regard the first four caliphs, Abu Bakr, Umar (`Umar ibn al-Khattāb), Uthman Ibn Affan and ________ (Ali ibn Abu Talib) as the al-Khulafā’ur-Rāshidūn or "Rashidun" (The Rightly Guided Caliphs).
AliSahabaIslamic schools and branchesShia Islam

Question 2: The ________ distinguished between the two.
Council of ChalcedonHistory of ChristianityFirst Council of NicaeaHistory of the Catholic Church

Question 3: The word is most frequently applied to a break of communion between two sections of ________ that were previously a single body, or to a division within some other religion.
BaptistEcumenismChristian denominationChristianity

Question 4: The word Sunni comes from the word Sunnah, which means the teachings and actions or examples of the Islamic prophet, ________.

Question 5: They regard him as the first Shia Imam, which continued as a hereditary position through ________ and Ali's descendants.
MuhammadFatimahImamah (Shi'a doctrine)Shia Islam

Question 6: In Poland the latter term is sometimes used to refer to the ideology of Father Rydzyk and his followers who are known as the ________.
Radio MaryjaLech WałęsaTadeusz RydzykLech Kaczyński

Question 7: [8] Sufism is usually considered to be complementary to orthodox Islam, although Sufism has often been accused by the ________ of being an unjustified Bid‘ah or religious innovation.
Shafi`iSunni IslamAliSalafi

Question 8: Tibetan Buddhism has seen schisms in the past, of which most were healed, although the Drukpa school centred in ________ perhaps remains in a state of schism (since 1616) from the other Tibetan schools.
MalaysiaCambodiaBhutanUnited Arab Emirates

Question 9: Throughout the ________, Judaism survived many schisms.
AntisemitismJewsAshkenazi JewsJewish history

Question 10: The many ________, beginning with Hippolytus (writer) in 217 though Hippolytus later reconciled.
Pope Alexander VIAntipopeCatholic ChurchPope Nicholas V


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